Despite an increase in risk, a lot of companies still do not identify risks systemtically. Steps that should be taken, now…
Shortages of materials and price stability are the biggest risks faced by procurement. That is the verdict of the latest risk management study in procurement.
As a result of continued trade policy disputes and major supply risks, we strongly encourage all companies to establish a systematic risk management system and define countermeasures at an early stage.
How can companies (pro)actively deal with risks?
Our white paper summarizes the key findings of the latest study and shows how risks in the supply chain can be identified and reduced systematically. Furthermore, it describes the four stages that should be built into an active and professional risk management process:
- Risk identification
- Risk assessment
- Risk management
- Risk monitoring
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